We the People
 


A TEA Party organization 
A Resource for information and networking for conservatives in Alamance Co, NC.

Connect:


NC General Assembly Knowledge Base

US Congress
Bill Summary
and Status Search

Who Represents You?
You can find out here!

 Heritage Action's Legislative Scorecard


Contact Info:
NC Representatives

Steve
Ross
dist. 63 map
email contact
Dennis Riddell
dist 64 map
email contact

US Senator
Richard Burr
Online Contact
D.C. Office
Phone:
(202) 224-3154

Fax: (202) 228-2981

US Senator
Thom Tillis
Online Contact
D.C. Office
Phone:
(202) 224-3154

Fax: (202) 228-2981

US House - NC 06
Mark Walker
Online Contact
D.C. Office
Phone:
(202) 225-3065

Fax: (202) 225-8611
Graham Office
Phone:
(336) 229-0159
Fax: (336) 228-7974

US House - NC 02
Renee Ellmers

Online Contact
D.C. Office
Phone:
(202) 225-4531
Fax: (202) 225-5662

Asheboro Office
Phone:
(336) 626-3060
Fax: (336) 629-7819

Welcome


Upcoming programs at the K&W

February 19th - Sheriff Terry Johnson
     He will be discussing the U.S border issues he observed on his trip out west and we are allowing time for him to share a video he brought back. He will also be providing his insight into the impact that has had on the citizens of Alamance County.
Dutch treat Dinner @ 5:30 PM - Program @ 6:30 PM - Private Room is at the rear of the cafeteria

March 19th - Hal Weatherman
     Hal's presentation outlines the battle that we face as Republican activists during the campaign season. His strategies for building a conservative grassroots movement are helpful to groups preparing for upcoming campaign efforts. He discusses the methods used in Dan Forest's campaign for Lt. Governor that helped him win a statewide election.




Beginning in 2016

NC will require voters to show a photo ID when they present to vote in person. Photo ID is any one of the following that contains a photograph of the registered voter, have a printed expiration date and be unexpired.
(1) A NC drivers license
(2) A special ID card for non-operators
(3) A US passport
(4) A US military ID Card OR
(5) A Veteran's ID Card by the US Dept of Veterans Affairs
(printed expiration or issuance dates not required)
(6) A tribal enrollment card issued by a federally recognized tribe. OR
(7) by a tribe recognized by this State
(8) A driver's license or non-operators ID card issued by another state, District or territory of the US if voter's registration was within 90 days.
Considering the contentious attitude of the liberal opposition, we ask you download a copy of these Voter ID options and SHARE THE LIST.


Get ready because this will certainly irritate you, but we think it speaks to the character and attitude of our current president.